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Milestone Trails to be aired at India Bike Week 2017

He’s ridden a whopping 15k kms in 51 days, and documented his entire journey. That’s a lot of footage crisply edited into a film, Milestone Trails to be showcased at the 2017 India bike week to be held in Goa next week (24-25th November, 2017). Kushal Ijari isn’t your popular motovlogger but his experience comes through to us from a travel blogger perspective.

Kushal Ijari from Davangere, Karnataka is your regular mechanical engineering student. What sets him apart is his passion for riding. The lad has traveled across the length and breadth of the country on his very dependable 350 cc Bullet (Right side gear). Yup, from the cast iron engine days of Royal Enfield motorcycles.

As a kid, Kushal always wanted to see the first sunrise and the last sunset of India. In his words he sums up his Milestone Trails journey as follows: ” You’ll must know how it feels to sit on the last bench of your class proclaiming yourselves to be the lord of last benches. Yes, I’m one of those LLB, bored of my engineering lectures, fed up with life not knowing what life had in store for me, fell into an existential crisis. That’s when I decided to start my journey to see my country, explore its vast land and various cultures.”

He adds, “I am lucky to have been able to document my journey to four corners of India, and share it with all of you.
Here’s a teaser of what I witnessed.”

For those attending India Bike Week 2017, you can know more about his experience through his Milestone Trails being telecast at the event.

Milestone Trails by Kushal Ijari

Milestone Trails by Kushal Ijari. Here's what riding dreams look like on a film.Are you attending India Bike Week 2017? We can watch it together.

Posted by RushLane on Thursday, 16 November 2017

In it’s 5th edition, India Bike Week welcomes a wide group of biking legends, writers, heroes, and speakers alongside biker clubs, accessory shops, Moto VLoggers, custom houses. the Enduro track will host Triumph Tiger Trail with the Triumph Tiger 800 being in the limelight.

Food, beer, music and conversations will offer attendees enough to do along with bike events, namely Indian Bike Build Off, Dyno Wars, Burn Out and Loudest Bike competitions, Mod Bike and Innovations Display, and Moto Art Project.

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